"Framing—the way that we communicate and the values that we speak to when we communicate—whether it's to policymakers, the public, or other healthcare or public health professionals, is fundamental," says Sandro Dem…
Skills & Techniques
Slight changes in "choice architecture" can "nudge" people to make certain choices. But nudges have not - apparently - been widely used in complementary feeding. We're inviting Inspire readers to share their ideas and e…
Virtual support groups for parenting and child feeding are growing as women gain access to smart phones and peer support online. What do these evolving platforms mean for behavior change?
Joy Miller Del Rosso
Social norms are the implicit or explicit rules that govern behaviors within a group. Philosopher Cristina Bicchieri shares her insights on how we can affect social norms for nutrition.
What if an egg-a-day could address the big issues we face in complementary feeding?
In human-centered design (HCD), empathy is how you get to the core of what people think about a certain topic. Cal Bruns of Matchboxology discusses the importance of empathy in HCD.
Inspire has grown out of a desire to look for, discuss, and tackle social and behavior change for nutrition in new and different ways.
Improving complementary feeding is often a challenge because it is affected by many factors, including the behaviors of busy moms, the food environment, the social norms around feeding, and a network of influencers. Sim…
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